Topic: Cybersecurity

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Our Top Five Takeaways From Today's Hearings on Encryption

Despite all of the evidence to the contrary, FBI Director Comey wants you to know that he doesn't want another crypto war. As he said today in hearings before t...   [ continue reading...]



Cybersecurity, Encryption and the Golden Age of Surveillance

By Amy Goodman and Denis Moynihan The governments of both the United States and the United Kingdom want a master key to everyone’s digital life.   [ continue reading...]



EFF 25th Anniversary Minicon Preview

We're just days away from celebrating EFF's 25th anniversary in San Francisco on Thursday, July 16. The day will start with a minicon examining the past, presen...   [ continue reading...]



Theft of Saudi documents suggests an Iranian hack

The Washington Post reports: The purported theft of confidential Saudi documents that have been released by WikiLeaks bears the hallmarks of Iranian hackers lin...   [ continue reading...]



Inside the hack of the century

Peter Elkind writes: On Monday, Nov. 3, 2014, a four-man team from Norse Corp., a small “threat-intelligence” firm based in Silicon Valley, arrived early fo...   [ continue reading...]



Government Wants to Improve Its Cybersecurity and Weaken Ours

The FBI wants tech companies to build “back doors” into encryption that protect user information but allow government to access the data. But even if that w...   [ continue reading...]



Congress' Fix for Cyberattacks May Hand the Government More of Your Data

In the wake of huge government data breaches carried out by suspected Chinese hackers—intrusions that may have exposed the records of millions of federal...   [ continue reading...]



Spy virus linked to Israel targeted hotels used for Iran nuclear talks

The Wall Street Journal reports: When a cybersecurity firm discovered it had been hacked last year by a virus widely believed to be used by Israeli spies, it wa...   [ continue reading...]



New Snowden Documents Reveal Secret Memos Expanding Spying

by Julia Angwin and Jeff Larson, ProPublica, Charlie Savage, the New York Times, and Henrik Moltke, special to ProPublica, This story was co-publis...   [ continue reading...]



The Cyber Conundrum: A Security Update

AP Photo/Patrick Semansky, File The National Security Administration (NSA) campus in Fort Meade, Maryland.  In the wake of the debate over the renewa...   [ continue reading...]



Australia: Turnbull Should Spotlight China’s Abuses

(Sydney) – Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull should use his first official visit to China to speak out about human rights concerns, Human Rights...   [ continue reading...]



Russia: ‘Big Brother’ Law Harms Security, Rights

Expand State Duma, the lower house of parliament, in session in Moscow, Russia on April 19...   [ continue reading...]



US: Obama Should Pardon Edward Snowden

(New York) – US President Barack Obama should pardon Edward Snowden, who disclosed the US National Security Agency’s mass surveillance program, a co...   [ continue reading...]



China: Abusive Cybersecurity Law Set to be Passed

(New York) – The Chinese government is set to adopt the Cybersecurity Law, a regressive measure that strengthens censorship, surveillance, and other contr...   [ continue reading...]



Thailand: Cyber Crime Act Tightens Internet Control

(New York) – Thailand’s new Computer-Related Crime Act (CCA) gives overly broad powers to the government to restrict free speech, enforce surveillan...   [ continue reading...]



France: Raise China’s Rights Abuses on Visit

(Paris) – On his visit to China, France’s Foreign Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault should publicly call for an end to Beijing’s crackdown on human r...   [ continue reading...]

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